Excursões

Classic Route | 4 Days

Day 1: Manaus, Rio Solimões. Pick-up from the hotel and transfer to the embarkation port. Boarding at the Adolfo Lisboa Municipal Market, accommodation, and final purchases according to the group's needs: fishing equipment, beverages not included, pharmacy items, specific requirements, etc. Begin the navigation, heading down the Rio Negro until reaching the "Meeting of the Waters" (Encontro das Águas). From there, proceed upstream along the Rio Solimões, entering the flooded forest ecosystem on the left bank, reaching the village of Iranduba. In the afternoon, go on a canoe excursion through the region with the possibility of spotting herons, birds, and other animals. Return to the boat. In the evening, enjoy a canoe trip through the flooded jungle known as "igapó," with the opportunity to peacefully observe and capture caimans (Caiman crocodilus).

Day 3: Rio Negro, Anavilhanas Archipelago, and Jaraquí. Start the day with canoe trips to visit a typical riverside house on the Rio Negro. Continue navigation with a stop at Tupé Beach, a white sandy beach. Next to the beach, visit a community with an indigenous social structure, composed of groups from various ethnicities originating from the Upper Rio Negro, such as Tikuna, Baniwa, and primarily Desana, who have settled in Tupé Village. Optional: Indigenous cultural presentation. The indigenous people of Tupé, accustomed to the presence of tourists, have found that by presenting their rituals, they can earn money to meet their needs. The price is negotiated with the indigenous leader and varies according to the community's current needs. They can organize and perform a part of their rituals for the group. There is no fixed price; it is negotiated upon arrival, and they take a few hours to prepare. Continue navigation along the Rio Negro, entering one of its tributaries, the Jaraquí River. Take a jungle walk to learn about the flora, fauna, useful plants, and seasonal fruits. At dusk, if weather permits, look for a suitable spot to camp in the jungle (optional), sleeping in hammocks around the fire.

Day 4: Rio Negro, Beach, and Rubber Museum. After camping, return to the boat. Navigate towards Manaus and stop at one of the white sandy beaches for a farewell barbecue and a swim. Continue navigation towards Manaus, with a stop at the Tarumã River to visit the Rubber Museum, which represents the golden age of rubber. Arrive in Manaus and disembark.

Extreme Route | 5 Days

Day 1: Manaus, Rio Solimões. Pick-up from the hotel and transfer to the embarkation port. Boarding at the Adolfo Lisboa Municipal Market, accommodation, and final purchases according to the group's needs: fishing equipment, beverages not included, pharmacy items, specific requirements, etc. Begin the navigation, heading down the Rio Negro until reaching the "Meeting of the Waters" (Encontro das Águas). From there, proceed upstream along the Rio Solimões, entering the flooded forest ecosystem on the left bank, reaching the village of Iranduba. In the afternoon, go on a canoe excursion through the region with the possibility of spotting herons, birds, and other animals. Return to the boat. In the evening, enjoy a canoe trip through the flooded jungle known as "igapó," with the opportunity to peacefully observe and capture caimans (Caiman crocodilus).

Day 3: Rio Negro, Anavilhanas Archipelago, and Jaraquí. Start the day with canoe trips to visit a typical riverside house on the Rio Negro. Continue navigation with a stop at Tupé Beach, a white sandy beach. Next to the beach, visit a community with an indigenous social structure, composed of groups from various ethnicities originating from the Upper Rio Negro, such as Tikuna, Baniwa, and primarily Desana, who have settled in Tupé Village. Optional: Indigenous cultural presentation. The indigenous people of Tupé, accustomed to the presence of tourists, have found that by presenting their rituals, they can earn money to meet their needs. The price is negotiated with the indigenous leader and varies according to the community's current needs. They can organize and perform a part of their rituals for the group. There is no fixed price; it is negotiated upon arrival, and they take a few hours to prepare. Continue navigation along the Rio Negro, entering one of its tributaries, the Jaraquí River. Take a jungle walk to learn about the flora, fauna, useful plants, and seasonal fruits. At dusk, if weather permits, look for a suitable spot to camp in the jungle (optional), sleeping in hammocks around the fire.

Day 4: Rio Negro, Beach, and Rubber Museum. After camping, return to the boat. Navigate towards Manaus and stop at one of the white sandy beaches for a farewell barbecue and a swim. Continue navigation towards Manaus, with a stop at the Tarumã River to visit the Rubber Museum, which represents the golden age of rubber. Arrive in Manaus and disembark.

Day 5: Departure from the hotel at 8:30 am. We will travel 107 km in a comfortable air-conditioned vehicle to Presidente Figueiredo, the City of Waterfalls. Along the way, you can admire the beautiful Amazonian landscape of terra firme, with its giant and ancient trees. Upon arrival in the city, we will immediately begin our visits, starting with the stunning Iracema Waterfall, located at Km-115 of BR-314. We will explore the majestic Iracema Cave and marvel at the incomparable natural beauty of the site, shaped by Mother Nature over millennia.

Next, we'll take a gentle hike on trails that allow us to encounter wildlife (with luck), where we may observe a variety of birds and the lush flora of the area. We'll have the opportunity to swim in the refreshing waters of the waterfall. After the swim, we'll head to the Urubui Tourist Complex. There, you can enjoy a refreshing dip in the cold waters, shop for local crafts, and savor regional delights (sweet jams, cupuaçu and chestnut chocolates, juices, ice creams, etc.). Lunch is included and will be provided at a typical restaurant within the complex.

After lunch, we'll visit the Sanctuary Waterfall, a beautiful cascade nestled amidst a lush primary forest. This will be our last stop before returning to Manaus. This tour includes transportation to all attractions, entrance fees to the waterfalls, lunch, and a tour guide.

Figueiredo Route | 1 Day

Departure from the hotel at 8:30 am. We will travel 107 km in a comfortable air-conditioned vehicle to Presidente Figueiredo, the City of Waterfalls. Along the way, next to the road, you can enjoy the beautiful Amazonian landscape of terra firme, with its giant and centuries-old trees.

Upon arrival in the city, we will immediately begin our visits, starting with the stunning Iracema Waterfall, located at Km-115 of BR-174. We will explore the majestic Iracema Cave and marvel at the incomparable natural beauty of the site, crafted by Mother Nature over millennia. Next, we'll take a gentle hike on trails that allow us to encounter wildlife (with luck), where we may observe a variety of birds and the lush flora of the area. We'll have the opportunity to bathe in the cold waters of the waterfall. After the swim, we'll head to the Urubui Tourist Complex.

Rota Rio Negro | 1 Dia

Saída em lancha rápida em direção ao Encontro das Águas com vista para toda a cidade de Manaus. Em seguida, chegamos ao Parque Ecológico Janauary, passando por Vila do Catalão com suas casas flutuantes. Faremos uma caminhada por passarelas suspensas para observar as Vitórias Régias. Almoço no restaurante Rainha da Selva com comidas regionais. Após o almoço, subiremos o Rio Negro com uma parada para nadar com os botos cor-de-rosa (aos segundas-feiras, é proibido nadar. O preço é determinado pelo ribeirinho).

Continuaremos a navegação em direção à reserva Tupe para visitar uma comunidade indígena formada pelos índios Tuyuca, Tucano e Desana, com uma apresentação cultural. Negociaremos com o líder indígena o valor necessário para suas necessidades. Em seguida, retornaremos a Manaus.

Este tour inclui: transporte em lancha rápida para todas as atrações, almoço e guia turístico.

Day 2: Rio Negro, Janauary Ecological Park, and Acajatuba. After breakfast, embark on a canoe trip through the "Janauary Ecological Park" to see local crafts, homemade fish farms, animals, and the flooded jungle. Enjoy piranha fishing. Continue navigating along the Rio Negro towards the Acajatuba area and visit the community. In this region, you may find buildings from the golden age of rubber, such as the old leprosarium. Go on a canoe trip and make a stop at a floating house where freshwater pink dolphins gather. Optional: Swim with the dolphins. You can feed and swim with them by purchasing fish from the local "caboclo" resident, and the price is determined by the resident for the fish to feed the dolphins. Then, continue navigating through the Anavilhanas archipelago.

Day 2: Rio Negro, Janauary Ecological Park, and Acajatuba. After breakfast, embark on a canoe trip through the "Janauary Ecological Park" to see local crafts, homemade fish farms, animals, and the flooded jungle. Enjoy piranha fishing. Continue navigating along the Rio Negro towards the Acajatuba area and visit the community. In this region, you may find buildings from the golden age of rubber, such as the old leprosarium. Go on a canoe trip and make a stop at a floating house where freshwater pink dolphins gather. Optional: Swim with the dolphins. You can feed and swim with them by purchasing fish from the local "caboclo" resident, and the price is determined by the resident for the fish to feed the dolphins. Then, continue navigating through the Anavilhanas archipelago.

During the tour, you will have the opportunity to take a refreshing dip in the cold waters, shop for local crafts, and enjoy regional delights such as sweet jams, cupuaçu and chestnut chocolates, juices, ice creams, and more at the Urubui Tourist Complex. The included lunch will be offered at a typical restaurant within the complex.

After lunch, we will visit the Sanctuary Waterfall, a beautiful cascade nestled amidst a lush primary forest. This will be our last stop before returning to Manaus.

This tour includes: transportation to all attractions, entrance fees to the waterfalls, lunch, and a tour guide. It promises to be an exciting and memorable adventure, allowing you to immerse yourself in the beauty and natural wonders of the Amazon region. Enjoy your journey!